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245 10 Handbook of Electric Power Calculations / |cH. Wayne Beaty,
       Surya Santoso. 
246 30 Handbook of Electric Power Calculations, Fourth Edition 
250    4th edition. 
264    New York, N.Y. : |bMcGraw-Hill Education LLC., |cc2015. 
264  4 |c©2015. 
300    1 online resource (xiii, 738 pages) : |billustrations, 
       figures, tables; |c25 cm. 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    computer|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and indexes. 
505 0  A. About the Editors -- B. Preface -- C. Acknowledgments -
       - D. Contributors -- E. Other Electrical Power Engineering
       Books of Interest -- 1. Section 1: Basic Network Analysis 
       -- Series-Parallel DC Network Analysis -- Branch-Current 
       Analysis of a DC Network -- Mesh Analysis of a DC Network 
       -- Nodal Analysis of a DC Network -- DC Network Solution 
       Using Superposition Theorem -- DC Network Solution Using 
       Thevenin's Theorem -- DC Network Solution Using Norton's 
       Theorem -- Balanced DC Bridge Network -- Unbalanced DC 
       Bridge Network -- Analysis of a Sinusoidal Wave -- 
       Analysis of a Square Wave -- Analysis of an Offset Wave --
       Circuit Response to a Nonsinusoidal Input Consisting of a 
       DC Voltage in Series with an AC Voltage -- Steady-State AC
       Analysis of a Series RLC Circuit -- Steady-State AC 
       Analysis of a Parallel RLC Circuit -- Analysis of a Series
       -Parallel AC Network -- Analysis of Power in an AC Circuit
       -- Analysis of Power Factor and Reactive Factor -- Power-
       Factor Correction -- Maximum Power Transfer in an AC 
       Circuit -- Analysis of a Balanced Wye-Wye System -- 
       Analysis of a Balanced Delta-Delta System -- Response of 
       an Integrator to a Rectangular Pulse -- Bibliography -- 2.
       Section 2: Instrumentation -- Introduction -- Voltage 
       Measurement -- Current Measurement -- Power Measurement 
       Using a Single-Phase Wattmeter -- Power Measurement Using 
       a Three-Phase Wattmeter -- Reactive-Power Measurement -- 
       Power-Factor Measurement -- Electric Energy Metering -- 
       Electric Peak-Power Demand Metering -- Nonelectrical 
       Measurements -- Bibliography -- 3. Section 3: DC Motors 
       and Generators -- DC Generator Used as a Tachometer, Speed
       /Voltage Measurement -- Separately Excited DC Generator's 
       Rated Conditions from No-Load Saturation Curve -- Terminal
       Conditions Calculated for a DC Compound Generator -- Added
       Series Field Calculated to Produce Flat Compounding in a 
       DC Generator -- Calculation of Interpole Windings for a DC
       Generator -- Design of Compensating Windings for a DC 
       Machine -- Stator and Armature Resistance Calculations in 
       a DC Self-Excited Generator -- Efficiency Calculation for 
       a DC Shunt Generator -- Torque and Efficiency Calculations
       for a Separately Excited DC Motor -- Design of a Manual 
       Starter for a DC Shunt Motor -- Consideration of Duty 
       Cycle Used to Select a DC Motor -- Calculation of Armature
       Reaction in a DC Shunt Motor -- Dynamic Braking for a 
       Separately Excited DC Motor -- Three-Phase SCR Drive for a
       DC Motor -- DC Shunt-Motor Speed Determined from Armature 
       Current and No-Load Saturation Curve -- Chopper Drive for 
       a DC Motor -- Design of a Counter-EMF Automatic Starter 
       for a DC Shunt Motor -- Bibliography -- 4. Section 4: 
       Transformers -- Analysis of Transformer Turns Ratio -- 
       Analysis of a Step-Up Transformer -- Analysis of a 
       Transformer Connected to a Load -- Selection of a 
       Transformer for Impedance Matching -- Performance of a 
       Transformer with Multiple Secondaries -- Impedance 
       Transformation of a Three-Winding Transformer -- Selection
       of a Transformer with Tapped Secondaries -- Transformer 
       Characteristics and Performance -- Performance and 
       Analysis of a Transformer with a Lagging Power-Factor Load
       -- Performance and Analysis of a Transformer with a 
       Leading Power-Factor Load -- Calculation of Transformer 
       Voltage Regulation -- Calculation of Efficiency -- 
       Analysis of Transformer Operation at Maximum Efficiency --
       Calculation of All-Day Efficiency -- Selection of 
       Transformer to Supply a Cyclic Load -- Analysis of 
       Transformer under Short-Circuit Conditions -- Calculation 
       of Parameters in the Equivalent Circuit of Power 
       Transformer by Using the Open-Circuit and Short-Circuit 
       Tests -- Performance of a Step-Up Autotransformer (Buck/
       Boost Transformer in Boost Mode) -- Analysis of a Delta-
       Wye Three-Phase Transformer Bank Used as a Generator-Step-
       Up Transformer -- Performance of an Open Delta or Vee-Vee 
       System -- Analysis of a Scott-Connected System -- 
505 0  5. Section 5: Three-Phase Induction Motors -- Introduction
       -- Equivalent Circuit -- Determination of Equivalent 
       Circuit Parameters -- Performance Characteristics -- 
       Plugging -- Braking -- Autotransformer Starting -- 
       Resistance Starting -- Reactance Starting -- Series-
       Parallel Starting -- Multistep Starting -- Speed Control -
       - Line-Voltage Control -- Frequency Control -- Selection 
       of Motor Starting and Speed Control -- Motor Selection for
       a Constant Load -- Motor Selection for a Variable Load -- 
       Bibliography -- 6. Section 6: Single-Phase Motors -- 
       Equivalent Circuit of a Single-Phase Induction Motor 
       Determined from No-Load and Locked-Rotor Tests -- Torque 
       and Efficiency Calculations for a Single-Phase Induction 
       Motor -- Determination of Input Conditions and Internally 
       Developed Power from the Equivalent Circuit for Single-
       Phase Induction Motors -- Determination of Input 
       Conditions and Internally Developed Power from the 
       Approximate Equivalent Circuit for Single-Phase Induction 
       Motors -- Loss and Efficiency Calculations from the 
       Equivalent Circuit of the Single-Phase Induction Motor -- 
       Starting-Torque Calculation for a Capacitor Motor -- 
       Starting Torque for a Resistance-Start Split-Phase Motor -
       - Shaded-Pole Motor Losses and Efficiency -- Synchronous 
       Speed and Developed Torque for a Reluctance Motor -- 
       Maximum Value of Average Mechanical Power for a Reluctance
       Motor -- Breakdown Torque–Speed Relationship for a 
       Fractional-Horsepower Motor -- Field and Armature-Winding 
       Design of a Repulsion Motor -- AC/DC Torque Comparison and
       Mechanical Power for a Universal Motor -- Single-Phase 
       Series Motor (Universal) Equivalent Circuit and Phasor 
       Diagram -- Bibliography -- 7. Section 7: Synchronous 
       Machines -- Per-Unit Base Quantities -- Per-Unit Direct-
       Axis Reactances -- Per-Unit Quadrature-Axis Reactances -- 
       Per-Unit Open-Circuit Time Constants -- Per-Unit Short-
       Circuit Time Constants -- Steady-State Phasor Diagram -- 
       Generator-Capability Curve -- Generator Regulation -- 
       Generator Short-Circuit Ratio -- Power Output and Power 
       Factor -- Generator Efficiency -- Synchronizing Power 
       Coefficient -- Generator Grounding Transformer and 
       Resistor -- Power-Factor Improvement -- Bibliography -- 8.
       Section 8: Generation of Electric Power -- Major Parameter
       Decisions -- Optimum Electric-Power-Generating Unit -- 
       Annual Capacity Factor -- Annual Fixed-Charge Rate -- Fuel
       Costs -- Average Net Heat Rates -- Construction of 
       Screening Curve -- Noncoincident and Coincident Maximum 
       Predicted Annual Loads -- Required Planning Reserve Margin
       -- Ratings of Commercially Available Systems -- Hydropower
       -Generating Stations -- Largest Units and Plant Ratings 
       Used in Generating-System Expansion Plans -- Alternative 
       Generating-System Expansion Plans -- Generator Ratings for
       Installed Units -- Optimum Plant Design -- Annual 
       Operation and Maintenance Costs vs. Installed Capital 
       Costs -- Thermal Efficiency vs. Installed Capital and/or 
       Annual Operation and Maintenance Costs -- Replacement Fuel
       Cost -- Capability Penalty -- Bibliography -- 9. Section 9
       : Overhead Transmission Lines and Underground Cables -- 
       Introduction -- Conductor Resistance -- Inductance of a 
       Single Isolated Wire -- Inductance of a Two-Wire 
       Transmission Line -- Inductive Reactance of a Two-Wire 
       Transmission Line -- Inductance of a Stranded-Conductor 
       Transmission Line -- Inductance of Three-Phase 
       Transmission Lines -- Per-Phase Inductive Reactance of 
       Three-Phase Lines -- Inductance of a Multiconductor 
       Transmission Line -- Inductive Reactance of a 
       Multiconductor Transmission Line -- Inductive Reactance of
       a Bundled Transmission Line -- Inductive Reactance 
       Determined by Using Tables -- Effect of Mutual Flux 
       Linkage -- Inductive Impedances of Multiconductor 
       Transmission Lines Including Ground-Return Corrections -- 
       Inductive Sequence Impedances of Three-Phase Transmission 
       Lines -- Inductive Reactance of Cables in Ducts or Conduit
       -- Inductive Impedances of Multiconductor Underground 
       Cables Including Ground-Return Corrections -- Inductive 
       Sequence Impedances of Three-Phase Underground Cables -- 
       Charging Current and Capacitive Reactive Power Associated 
       with Transmission Lines -- Capacitance of a Two-Wire Line 
       -- Capacitive Reactance of a Two-Wire Line -- Capacitance 
       of Three-Phase Lines -- Per-Phase Capacitive Reactance of 
       Three-Phase Lines -- Capacitive Susceptances of 
       Multiconductor Transmission Lines -- Capacitive Sequence 
       Susceptances of Three-Phase Transmission Lines -- 
       Capacitive Susceptances Associated with Underground Cables
       -- Transmission-Line Models for Power-Frequency Studies --
       Medium Transmission-Line Models for Power-Frequency 
       Studies -- Long Transmission-Line Models for Power-
       Frequency Studies -- Complex Power -- Surge Impedance 
       Loading -- Bibliography. 
505 0  10. Section 10: Electric Power Networks -- Power System 
       Representation: Generators, Motors, Transformers, and 
       Lines -- Per-Unit Method of Solving Three-Phase Problems -
       - Per-Unit Bases for Three-Phase Short-Circuit 
       Calculations -- Changing the Base of Per-Unit Quantities -
       - Wye-Delta and Delta-Wye Conversions -- Per-Unit 
       Reactances of Three-Winding Transformers -- Calculation of
       Complex Power -- Checking Voltage Phase Sequence with 
       Lamps -- Total Power in Balanced Three-Phase System -- 
       Division of Load between Transformers in Parallel -- Phase
       Shift in Wye-Delta Transformer Banks -- Calculation of 
       Real Power, Reactive Power, Apparent Power, and Power 
       Factor -- Power Diagram -- Static Capacitors Used to 
       Improve Power Factor -- Three-Phase Synchronous Motor Used
       to Correct Power Factor -- Power Calculation of Two-
       Winding Transformer Connected as an Autotransformer -- Two
       -Wattmeter Method for Determining the Power of a Three-
       Phase Load -- Open-Delta Transformer Operation -- Real and
       Reactive Power of a Three-Phase Motor in Parallel with a 
       Balanced-Delta Load -- Bibliography -- 11. Section 11: 
       Power Flow Analysis in Power Systems -- Introduction -- 
       Nomenclature -- Developing Power Flow Equations -- Power 
       Flow Solution -- Gauss-Seidel (G-S) Method for Power Flow 
       Solution -- Example of Gauss-Seidel (G-S) Solution -- 
       Newton-Raphson (N-R) Method for Power Flow Solution -- 
       Example of Newton-Raphson (N-R) Solution -- Fast-Decoupled
       (F-D) Method for Power Flow Solution -- Example of Fast-
       Decoupled (F-D) Solution -- Concluding Remarks -- 
       Bibliography -- 12. Section 12: Power System Control -- 
       Introduction -- Power System Control -- Objectives of 
       Power System Control -- Classification of Control Tools --
       Assumptions Underlying Control Design in Normal Operation 
       -- Hierarchical Control in the Regulated Electric Power 
       Industry -- Power System Control in the Changing Industry 
       -- Conclusions -- Bibliography -- 13. Section 13: Short-
       Circuit Computations -- Transformer Regulation Determined 
       from Short-Circuit Test -- Terminal Voltage of Single-
       Phase Transformer at Full Load -- Voltage and Current in 
       Balanced Three-Phase Circuits -- Three-Phase Short-Circuit
       Calculations -- Subtransient, Transient, and Synchronous 
       Short-Circuit Currents -- Power in Unbalanced Three-Phase 
       Circuits -- Determination of Phase-Sequence Components -- 
       Properties of Phasor Oper-ators, j and a -- Complex Power 
       Calculated with Symmetrical Components -- Impedances and 
       Reactances to Different Sequences -- Line-to-Line Short-
       Circuit Calculations -- Impedance to Zero Sequence for 
       Generators, Transformers, and Transmission Lines -- Line-
       to-Ground Short-Circuit Calculations -- Subtransient-
       Current Contribution from Motors; Circuit-Breaker 
       Selection -- Induction-Motor Inrush Current -- Induction-
       Motor Short-Circuit Current -- Bus Voltages Calculated by 
       Matrix Equation and Inversion -- Power Flow through a 
       Transmission Line; ABCD Constants -- Bibliography -- 14. 
       Section 14: System Grounding and Earthing -- Purpose of 
       Grounding -- Definitions -- Basic Calculation Process -- 
       Background -- Calculating the Estimated Resistance to 
       Ground of Grounding/Earthing Electrodes -- Estimating the 
       Resistance/Impedance of Complex Grounding Electrode 
       Systems -- Calculating an Estimated Ground Potential Rise 
       of an Electrode System (Ground Grid) -- Conclusion -- 
       Computer Modeling Software -- Bibliography -- 15. Section 
       15: Power System Protection -- Introduction -- Current 
       Transformer Connection and Sizing -- Time Overcurrent 
       Protection of Radial Primary Distribution Systems -- 
       Differential Protection -- Step Distance Protection -- 
       Small Motor Protection -- Digital Protection Fundamentals 
       -- Advanced Digital Communications -- Summary -- 
       Bibliography -- 16. Section 16: Power System Stability -- 
       Introduction -- Dynamic Modeling and Simulation -- 
       Transient Stability Analysis -- Single Machine-Infinite 
       Bus Illustration -- Program Automation -- Selecting 
       Transient Stability Design Criteria -- Transient Stability
       Aids -- Selection of an Underfrequency Load-Shedding 
       Scheme -- Steady-State Stability Analysis -- Voltage 
       Stability Analysis -- Data Preparation for Large-Scale 
       Dynamic Simulation -- Validation of Exciter and Governor 
       Models -- Direct Data-Driven Stability Analysis -- 
505 0  17. Section 17: Cogeneration -- Introduction -- Power 
       Output Developed by Turbine Stages -- Generator and 
       Mechanical Losses -- Boiler-Feed and Condensate Pump Power
       Consumption -- Gross and Net Power Output -- Heat and Fuel
       Consumption -- Heat Rate -- Feedwater-Heater Heat Balance 
       -- Gas-Turbine-Based Cogeneration Plant -- Gas-Turbine 
       Output and Heat Rate in Cogeneration-Plant Mode -- 
       Comparative Analysis of STCP and GTCP -- Bibliography -- 
       18. Section 18: Stationary Batteries -- Selection -- 
       Ratings -- C Rate -- Calculating Battery End Voltage for a
       DC System -- Sizing Methods—Constant Current -- Sizing 
       Methods—Constant Power -- Determining the Current of a 
       Constant-Power Load -- Number of Positive Plates -- 
       Discharge Characteristics -- Using Fan Curves -- Using S 
       Curves -- Using K Factors -- Voltage Depression—Nickel-
       Cadmium on Float Charge -- Number of Cells for a 48-V 
       System -- Number of Cells for 125- and 250-V Systems -- 
       Selecting Nickel-Cadmium Cells -- Load Profiles -- Profile
       for Random Load -- Loads Occurring during First Minute -- 
       Sizing Battery for Single-Load Profile -- Sizing Battery 
       for Multiple-Load Profile -- Ampere-Hour Capacity -- 
       Sizing Battery for Constant Power -- Calculating Battery 
       Short-Circuit Current -- Charger Size -- Recharging Nickel
       -Cadmium Batteries—Constant Current -- Temperature and 
       Altitude Derating for Chargers -- Calculation of the 
       Sulfuric Acid (H_2SO_4) Content of Electrolyte -- 
       Bibliography -- 19. Section 19: Electric Energy Economic 
       Models -- Free Trade versus Fair Trade -- The Economic 
       Growth Model -- Economies of Scale -- Competition within a
       Utility -- Economic Dispatch -- Avoided Cost -- 
       Independent System Operators -- Handling Competition on 
       Microgrids -- Rate Making -- Class Cost of Service -- Rate
       Design -- Rating Periods -- Fuel Clauses -- Free Trade 
       Pricing of Distribution Wires -- Bibliography -- 20. 
       Section 20: Lighting Design -- Introduction -- Average 
       Illuminance -- Illuminance at a Point -- Lighting System 
       for an Indoor Industrial Area -- Lighting System for an 
       Outdoor Area -- Roadway Lighting System -- Bibliography --
       21. Section 21: Power Electronics -- Introduction -- 
       Nomenclature -- Power Electronics Switches -- DC to DC 
       Conversion -- AC to DC Conversion -- DC to AC Conversion -
       - Bibliography -- 22. Section 22: Alternate Energy Sources
       -- Introduction -- Wind Power Conversion -- Solar Power 
       Conversion -- Uncertainty Analysis -- Planning and 
       Investment on Alternate Energy Sources -- Bibliography -- 
       23. Section 23: Power Quality -- Introduction -- Voltage 
       Sag Analysis -- Voltage Swell Analysis -- Electrical 
       Transient Phenomena -- Harmonics in Power System -- 
       Bibliography -- 24. Section 24: Smart Grids -- Defining 
       the Smart Grid -- Purposes of a Smart Grid -- Related 
       Calculations -- Bibliography. 
520 3  Fully revised to include calculations needed for the 
       latest technologies, this essential tool for electrical 
       engineers and technicians provides the step-by-step 
       procedures required to solve a wide array of electric 
       power problems. 
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